trinchar

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Galician[edit]

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From Old French trenchier (to cut), from Celtic. Doublet of trincar.

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trinchar (first-person singular present trincho, first-person singular preterite trinchei, past participle trinchado)

  1. to slice, shred
    Synonym: tallar
  2. to grind (one's teeth)
  3. to cut gorse

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Portuguese[edit]

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trinchar (first-person singular present indicative trincho, past participle trinchado)

  1. to shred (to cut or tear into narrow pieces or strips)

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Spanish[edit]

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trinchar (first-person singular present trincho, first-person singular preterite trinché, past participle trinchado)

  1. to carve

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